Thursday, October 21, 2010

Thursdays with Mo

Sounds like Tuesdays with Morrie..!! Remember that great book?

Hi friends... it's Thursday and that means my post is dedicated to our challenge at Mo's Digital Pencil.  This week, my very talented friend, Dawn, is our hostess and her theme for our challenge is to use Fall colors. What could be more Fall than Halloween?

This is Kitty Kat Kai, one of Mo's more recent creations and it's my first time using this image.  I couldn't resist coloring him to get him ready for some serious trick or treatin'.

Is that an angel face or what? I'm sure he reminds you of some little tyke in your life they way he did me.

Check out all of the new images at Mo's shop, Digital Pencil Too. There's so many great digis to choose from that Mo has created.

'So thankful that you stopped by today, friends. I do hope that you are enjoying a fantastic day. Be safe in all you do. I'll 'see' you soon.


Elaine L. said...

This is adorable, Peggy! I love that beautiful ribbon!

Rhonda Miller said...

Oh, how precious. TFS.

Flip-Flop Creations said...

Darling card Peggy! ~jeni :)

Lelia Pierce said...

So adorable! Love it and your coloring!


Michelle said...

I love it!this is totally cute!

Dawn B. said...

This is so sweet Peggy.. I do love his face..I never noticed it.. Great paper you chose..Hope your weekend is fantastic..

Cheryl said...

Super, super cute Peggy. Mo's images are always so adorable, and you do an amazing job coloring them!

Renkata said...

this is super cute card!

Betty Benton said...

I like cute Halloween cards, Peggy and this is definitely cute! Love it!

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

Awww....this is simply adorable peggy. I hope all is well with you my friend. :)

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